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Central State President Resigns Amid Scrutiny

Central State University president Jack Thomas is stepping down at the end of June amid scrutiny and allegations of discrimination...

Oxford Drops Sackler Name From Buildings

The University of Oxford announced that it would remove the Sackler name from several campus buildings and staff positions, joining...

Accreditor Demands Teach-Out Plan From Paul Smith’s College

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education has demanded that Paul Smith’s College submit a teach-out plan, The Adirondack Explorer...

AAUP Censures Emporia State, Collin

The American Association of University Professors’ governing council has placed the administrations of both Texas’ Collin College and Kansas’ Emporia...
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Cardona Clashes With Republicans

Secretary Cardona fielded questions about the Education Department’s student loan policies and proposals for transgender student athletes during the nearly five-hour hearing, which became contentious at times.

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Worthy Women

Amy Gais writes that her students judge women writers much more harshly than male writers—and considers what can be done about it.

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Certificates… From a Philosophy Department

Pennsylvania’s Millersville University has begun offering ethics certificates. It’s among multiple philosophy departments that have shaken things up.